Reservations to United Nations human rights treaties : is half a loaf better than no bread?
Much of the enormous volume of literature on the law of reservations has been concerned with human rights treaties. This is not surprising given the centrality of the International Court of Justice's Advisory Opinion on, Reservations to the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide to the law of reservations and the sense that human rights objectives are not served by the current law of reservations. The concerns raised in this literature include the failure of...[Show more]
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